Can you see I am diggin' my sewing machine! I ventured out and did a two layer technique. I also used a different type of stitch. My daughter helped me figure out which stitch to use. She was such a great helper!
Not only did I use the sewing machine, but I also wanted to try something different. I used my Spellbinders Classic Rectangle Nestabilities. I thought I would share with you how I made this card in case you would like to try it for yourself.
- Tape the Delicate Dots Designer Series (DS) paper to the Certainly Celery (CC) card stock.
- Then use the nestabilities die cut to cut out a frame using a die cutting machine (I used my Cuttlebug). Set aside.
- Tape the DS paper to the So Safferon card.
- Aligned the CC frame to the center of your card.
- Secure it with removable tape so it doesn't move around.
- Using the nestabilites die cut again, cut out the center of the card.
- Remove the CC frame and repeat step #6 to make sure it cuts through the card.
- Layer the frame to the center of the card.
- Use your sewing machine to make a border and stitch the CC frame to the card.
- For the inside of the card, layer a white card stock and stamp the center of it so it shows through the open frame. To add more dimension, heat emboss the image.